Like so many opportunities to make money online, this sounds way too good to be true: share your opinion about some random topic, and make hundreds of bucks for doing it. Though you should exercise caution whenever you respond to one of those survey site ads, it is possible to make enough money to be worth your while. The key is finding reputable sites with proven track records. Mind you, this probably isn't going to help you quit your day job, but if you're looking for a way to supplement your income, i... read more »
Congratulations on getting your first freelance projects! You have been working for a while now, you have great reviews and your job history is filling up, so you obviously now want to start making some more money. How? Here are a few things to think about: You must have realised by now that getting jobs is becoming more and more effortless after every project that you have completed. That is because clients now have proof that you will be able to get the job done in a timely fashion and provide high qua... read more »
Given that you’re reading this online, I’m sure you’re all aware that the Internet’s possibilities to help make our lives easier at the touch of a button, are endless. And earning fast cash is the perfect example. By simply logging onto the World Wide Web and entering a simple contest, winning prizes is as easy as 1,2,3. What could be more exciting than becoming a big winner, without actually moving from your seat? No-Cost Excitement Unlike gambling or playing the lottery, most online sweepstakes are not... read more »
Like any other business, making money online is never devoid of challenges. There is always that uncertainty that is lurking at the back of your mind challenging your spirit to push for greatness. It is natural to feel this way because we are only human. In fact, the anxiety that we feel when are engaged in a challenging endeavor can become a good thing. It only enables us to push ourselves harder and achieve the things that we want to happen. Unfortunately, some people are not that good when it comes to... read more »
I am writing this post from St Thomas over Spring Break. I am fortunate enough to run my business from a laptop and can work anywhere in the world. Many small business owners share my passion for freedom and have chosen a calling that requires very little, if any, face-to-face time. Mine can be run from a mountaintop in New Zealand (I was there last week), on the slopes of Aspen, or just about anywhere where an internet connection is present. My "home" in my home based business, is everywhere. Fortunatel... read more »
Well 2013 is here....finally.
As I look back to last year, I cannot help but to be grateful for the challenges, disappointments and pleasant surprises that came my way. They all made me (hopefully) wiser and ever more mindful about the fragility of life.
And I have a lot to be grateful for – good health, family, friends, as well as for all the priceless experiences that are so often take for granted. I am sure you could name a few yourselves.
I am also very grateful for mustering the courage to begin ... read more »
guest post by Amy Hagerup of amyhagerup.com Do you have a big dream for the future? Is there a grandiose desire on your dream board? Sometimes that grandiose desire can sabotage your progress if you are not taking small steps of action to get there! We have lived here in Wisconsin for 8 1/2 years now and [...] read more »
Today a dear friend of mine from college is guest posting-Elizabeth from Southern Color. Please stop by her and her sister's, Julia, blog. It's absolutely fabulous: full of DIY, trends, recipes, working out, etc.
Hi, I’m Elizabeth over at Southern Color! I share the blog with my twin sister, Julia – it’s all about DIY crafts, recipes and southern inspiration! Christy and I were sorority sisters at UGA, it’s been so fun following each other’s blog. Christy has some mouth-watering recipes and great inter... read more »
By Guest Blogger: Harriet Pittman, Owner of A Stay in the Country Pet Lodge
When you need to leave your dog at a dog boarding kennel, you want to make sure that you have chosen the absolute best fit for you and your pet. In order to do that, you need to ask the right questions, clearly communicate your desires and your dogs needs and make sure you get the answers you want. Be upfront about any specials needs your dog may have, it will help you find a kennel that is willing to individualize your pets st... read more »
By Guest Blogger: Gary Rogers of DoggieNation
There are still a number of people who consider that dog sweaters are useless. If you belong to that group, then perhaps it's already time to see things from a different perspective. A dog sweater is not a mere fashion statement. Some breeds do actually need sweater for protection and warmth. It is not uncommon to see average dogs with sweaters nowadays. The fact is that more and more manufacturing companies now offer dog clothes. But before deciding if swe... read more »